anonymous
  • anonymous
im back from being suspended Choose the best description for the real number square root of 35. Irrational, because it is not a terminating or repeating decimal Irrational, because it is a repeating decimal Rational, because it is not a terminating or repeating decimal Rational, because it is a repeating decimal
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TheSmartOne
  • TheSmartOne
Do you know the difference between rational numbers and irrational numbers?

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phi
  • phi
I think they want you to learn that a rational number (think ratio) can be written as a ratio (fraction). For example 1/11 is rational. if you change that to a decimal (divide 11 into 1) you get 0.090909... which repeats forever with that pattern. some numbers don't have a nice repeating pattern (and cannot be written as a ratio) for example, pi is 3.14159... see http://www.piday.org/million/ there is no pattern. these numbers are irrational
phi
  • phi
you generally get irrational numbers when you "take roots" (e.g. square root) though there are exceptions. sqrt(25) = 5 and 5 is rational.

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